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Woody Guthrie’s New Years Rulin’s Greeting Cards
Woody Guthrie wrote these heartfelt and playful resolutions on New Year’s Day, 1943. From "Don’t Get Lonesome,” "Dream Good,” and "Love Everybody” to "Have Company but Don’t Waste Time," and "Wake Up and Fight," the 33 resolutions on these all-occasion cards will delight and inspire in any season.
Jane Austen Holiday Card
The Hampshire village of Steventon is best known as the birthplace of the novelist Jane Austen. Jane and her sister Cassandra braving the inclement weather on the way to the church service, watched over by Christmas angels. Eight 5" x 7" cards.
Edward Gorey Fruitcake Holiday Cards
Edward Gorey shares his recommendation for what to do with the gift of a fruitcake in this Goreyesque illustration that reflects his twinkling wit and keen eye.
Uncle George Holiday Greeting Cards by Glen Baxter
"In order to escape the insidious commercial excesses of Christmas, Uncle George opts for a quiet weekend away from it all."
Emily Dickinson Holiday Card
The Homestead was the home of Emily Dickinson. A keen gardener and nature lover, Emily’s fondness for taking solitary walks in the surrounding landscape prompted her father to present her with an enormous Newfoundland dog, Carlo, whom she fondly described as her “shaggy ally.”
Beatrix Potter Holiday Card
Winter was a favorite time of year for Miss Potter who loved to walk and sketch the snow-clad Lakeland mountains and valleys. British artist Amanda White has produced a series of notecards and holiday cards featuring her cut paper collages of historic houses of writers and poets.
Booklover's Holiday Cards
Wish “Season’s Greetings” with this holiday card showcasing an historic poster created for a WPA Library Project, circa 1936-40. The words and image express the happiest of thoughts: A Year of Good Reading Ahead. Ten cards and envelopes. Blank inside.
Something for Christmas
In Palmer Brown's beloved story of a little mouse’s search for a very special gift for a very special person, nothing seems just right until the little mouse realizes that the best present of all is already at hand. Ages 3-8.
Christina Rossetti Christmas Cards
love came down at christmas, love all lovely, love divine; love was born at christmas: star and angels gave the sign. -christina rossetti
Classic Books Wrapping Paper
Printed in rich colors and detailed with metallic gold ink accents, the design incorporates beautifully bound antique book spines; acid free and therefore also suitable for bookbinding, scrapbooking, and other creative projects. Imported from Italy.
The Little Prince Wrapping Paper
The design incorporates images from Saint-Exupéry’s novella, including characters from the story, along with lines from the book (in Italian); acid free and therefore also suitable for bookbinding, scrapbooking, and other creative projects. Imported from Italy.
Young Booklover’s Holiday Advent Calendar
This non-religious version of the traditional Advent calendar was designed for The New York Public Library and features animals from children’s books through the years, by illustrators such as the d’Aulaires, Ludwig Bemelmans, Wanda Gag, Ruth Krauss, the Petershams, Dr. Seuss, and others.